Norton pads work pretty well for at least masking the scratches. I have them in Maroon, Green, Grey and White. If you need to resand deep scratches, I would start with 220 grit sandpaper on a leather or cork surface (something with a tiny bit of give) and follow the factory scratch pattern perpendicular to the edge. From there, move up to 320, 400, 600 until it is to your liking, you can go higher or stop at a lower grit. http://www.woodcraft.com/search2/search ... 20nonwoven
How deep are the scratches and what are they from? The Stainless cladding is softer than the blade steel and minor scratches will come out with the pads, scratches from sharpening stones I usually need to go to sandpaper or the belt sander to finish them out. I have Cork and ScotchBrite belts for the sander to do quick satin finishes.